- Our list of the best things to do in Forest Grove, British Columbia, features the top 7 nearby activities — including 5 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Forest Grove, British Columbia has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Sights & Landmarks, Water Activities, and Adventures.
- The results below include the top 3 things to do within the city of Forest Grove, British Columbia , followed by 4 popular activities in nearby cities, including 100 Mile House
75% 4 votes
Highway 5A and Bates Road, Forest Grove, British Columbia MoreLess Info
Rolling grasslands and forest help make Kentucky Alleyne Provincial Park a peaceful park to visit. The serene landscape allows for wildlife viewing. Campgrounds are available for extended trips. The park is ideal for hiking, fishing, and paddle boating.
100% 2 votes
Eagle Creek Road, Forest Grove, British Columbia MoreLess Info
Locals enjoy fishing and swimming at Ruth Lake Provincial Park. Powerboats are allowed on the lake, as is waterskiing. The undeveloped area of the park is home to a variety of animals and protects the unique terrain created during the ice age.
- 1 votes
Canim Lake Road, Forest Grove, British Columbia MoreLess Info
A pebble and sand beach are one of the popular features at Canim Beach Provincial Park. Peaks and mountains overlook the park. Paddle and motor boats enjoy the use of the lake, as do water-skiers. Travel by boat to Canim Falls at the east end of the lake, located in Wells Gray Provincial Park.
97% 37 votes
Cariboo Highway, 100 Mile House, British Columbia MoreLess Info
The 108 Mile Ranch Heritage Site consists of ten buildings from the original Cariboo Gold Rush town. The 25,000 acre ranch also offers visitors a series of trails, lakes, picnic tabs, and information boards.
100% 7 votes
Cariboo Highway 97, 100 Mile House, British Columbia MoreLess Info
Popular for its one-to three-day canoe trips, the Flat Lake Provincial Park consists of a series of small lakes in a wetlands environment. The location is said to have been heavily influenced by glaciation.
94% 18 votes
Airport Road, 100 Mile House, British Columbia MoreLess Info
A service center in the South Cariboo region, the 100 Mile House Visitor Centre provides visitors with access to fishing lakes and ski hills. Dining options include German, Italian, Western, and Asian cuisines.
100% 2 votes
Exeter Station Road, 100 Mile House, British Columbia MoreLess Info
Moose Valley Provincial Park consists of twelve small lakes for canoeing, hiking trails. The park, which also has both wetlands and sphagnum bogs, also offers visitors both wilderness and vehicle accessible camping.
Chasm Provincial Park spans over 7,500 hundred acres and was established in 1940 to protect the lava-layered canyon formed by glacial erosion. Families enjoy wildlife viewing, hiking, bicycling, horseback riding and picnicking.
100% 6 votes
Big Bar Lake Road, Clinton, British Columbia MoreLess Info
Along the banks of a large lake, Big Bar Lake Provincial Park spans 815 miles. Families enjoy camping, day-use areas, beaches, swimming, wildlife viewing, fishing, 4-wheel drive trail, canoeing and kayaking.
The Wells Gray Provincial Park offers a variety of activities to its guests, including dog sledding, tennis, disc golf, mountain biking, canoeing, and horse riding. Visitors will have the opportunity to stay at a campsite, a bed and breakfast, or in a cabin.